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Into the Unknown: Leadership Lessons from Lewis and Clark’s Daring Westward Expedition
Jack Uldrich (au)
When Meriwether Lewis accepted Pres. Thomas Jefferson’s commission to explore the Northwest Passage, he and his co-commander William Clark embarked on a 3-year journey that demanded strength, courage, and wisdom. As they led their Corps of Discovery through harrowing conditions, they displayed extraordinary leadership traits. An exploration of their trials and triumphs reveals a set of principles that today’s leaders -- and tomorrow’s -- must emulate in order to take their own teams through the unpredictable terrain they will inevitably encounter. Filled with illuminating historical context and stunning revelations from Lewis and Clark’s own journals, this book spells out these 10 principles and the value they hold for contemporary leaders.
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